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Tagged with: undocumented

Why immigrants are worried about SF’s Proposition E

The measure would undermine the Sanctuary City policies.

Arleene Correa Valencia’s luminous art reflects family strains of Mexican migration

'Naces Así, Naces Prieto. No Naces Blanco' at Catharine Clark includes cross-border, father-daughter letters of love

Opposition grows to Breed’s APEC boosterism—and the massive security plans

Small businesses, seniors, hotel workers, Soma residents say the billionaire party will hurt them badly.

Screen Grabs: Listening to legends of the Bayou with Les Blank

'I Went to the Dance' delights. Plus: powerful immigrant saga 'Marisol,' redevelopment dilemma in 'White Building'

The myth of drug cartels is a cover for state-sanctioned violence

Author Oswaldo Zavala says the way we think about Mexican narcos is all wrong

Lots of housing laws. Not much housing

Hearing, data show how the state's 'streamlining' supply-side approach is failing.

Ode to Chicana rasquachismo: a half century of Amalia Mesa-Baines

Her work bustling with everyday objects and memories, the artist's BAMPFA retrospective offers welcome, folkloric departure.

Glitter-strewn resistance: Amalia Mesa-Bains talks beauty

Groundbreaking Chicana artist traces path of her Berkeley retrospective.

In ‘Sobremesa,’ a chain of artists serves up china dumplings, doughy ducks, plum branches

Catharine Clark Gallery's tag-team show gives artists prompts to set their own table—with real food accompaniment.

A new attack on SF’s sanctuary laws makes no sense—except as a political tool

Immigrants have been scapegoats for much of US history, and now Breed and Jenkins are doing it again.